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This letter from J. Herbert Nelson to seminaries and theological institutions urges students to apply for an internship with the Office of Public Witness.
This letter from J. Herbert Nelson to colleges and universities urges students to apply for an internship with the Office of Public Witness.
Use this application to apply with an internship or fellowship with the Office of Public Witness.
Use this form to evaluate the Office of Public Witness Internship/Fellowship Program.
This Work Contract will become the guiding document for your Internship experience. It is intended to give shape to your learning experience and work by providing guidance and framework, and by establishing mutual expectations between intern and supervisor. While the goals should be realistic and reachable, the work contract should also be flexible.
This social involvement report, approved by the 219th General Assembly (2010), summarizes the wealth of moral resources we have available to draw upon in confronting the current economic crisis. It then proposes basic ways we may support the re-balancing of the economy for fairness. This resolution lifts up five key values: human rights, a covenantal… Read more »
This report, provided by the Advisory Committee on Social Witness Policy, discusses the challenges to public education posed by growing economic divisions and new demographic realities in our society.
The Internship for Public Witness seeks to provide substantive, formative work and guidance for persons seeking experience and vocational discernment in the church and in the public square.